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Black Farmers Association leader sues for share of Cobell fees Black Farmers Association leader sues for share of Cobell fees
John Boyd lobbied the Obama administration and Congress to pass a bill that included the $3.4 billion settlement.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes set to increase minimum wage Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes set to increase minimum wage
Hourly wage goes from $7.25 to $9 under resolution approved by tribal lawmakers.
Navajo Nation Council dispute transferred to traditional court Navajo Nation Council dispute transferred to traditional court
Speaker Johnny Naize has been on administrative leave since April.
Navajo leaders ask Arizona to cancel licenses for liquor stores Navajo leaders ask Arizona to cancel licenses for liquor stores
A non-Indian man operates three stores on fee land within reservation boundaries.
Smithsonian scientist expresses caution on new DNA research Smithsonian scientist expresses caution on new DNA research
Scientist has told tribal leaders that they are not related to the Kennewick Man.
David Wilkins: Tribes abuse power to remove their own people David Wilkins: Tribes abuse power to remove their own people
Professor David Wilkins says tribes are increasingly abusing their power to disenroll.
Erich Longie: 'Siouxper Drunk' shirts join long history of racism Erich Longie: 'Siouxper Drunk' shirts join long history of racism
Pictures showing Caucasians wearing Siouxper drunk T-shirts add to the long history of racism in North Dakota.
DOI targets 21 reservations for next phase of Cobell buy-back DOI targets 21 reservations for next phase of Cobell buy-back
So far, Indian landowners have accepted $61.2 million for their fractionated interests.
UND officials participate in protest over 'Siouxper Drunk' shirts UND officials participate in protest over 'Siouxper Drunk' shirts
Indian students organized the Walk for Change on campus today.
Judge rejects Ramapough Nation defamation case against film Judge rejects Ramapough Nation defamation case against film
Tribal members said Out of the Furnace depicted them in a negative light.
CDC: Native Americans see highest death rate from drownings CDC: Native Americans see highest death rate from drownings
The death rate for American Indians and Alaska Natives was twice the rate for Whites.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux fighter called to the big leagues Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux fighter called to the big leagues
For a fighter who entered the cage before he was old enough to vote it has been a long wait for the UFC to call his name.

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